We recently previewed some of our favorite features in the Android 4.0 ICS update for the Samsung Galaxy Note, and now you can finally get the official release now! Simply follow the steps below and you too will have the latest software for the Galaxy Note. The ICS update is a bit hefty on the data size, so you unfortunately will not be able to receive the update over...

8 months isn’t a short period of time (heck, a baby takes just a little longer than that to be “updated”), but it certainly seems fast in comparison to the T-Mobile Vibrant’s Gingerbread update, which took well over a year to come out. Now T-Mobile Galaxy S II users can bask in the glory of Android’s most significant update, Android 4.0 Ice...

The Galaxy Note is one of Samsung’s premier devices, garnering coveted ad-space in the Super Bowl and leading the charge into 5-inch plus sized displays. One interesting note that should be mentioned is, like some other Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note comes in multiple flavors, and I’m not referring to color choices. The U.S., AT&T version of the Galaxy...

We recently published an article about all of the possible design renders for the Samsung Galaxy S III, but we came to the conclusion that none truly reflected the design propensity of what would become Samsung next 20 million unit selling device. Now it looks like we may have our first glimpse of the heralded super phone. It’s a bit blurry and low resolution, but...

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Ice Cream Sandwich has been a finnicky subject for Galaxy S owners as Samsung has been very wishy-washy about whether or not their 20 million+ loyal users would be getting the arguably the biggest Android upgrade to date. “Firmware Update!” After initially failing to make the list of devices to receive the 4.0 update, Samsung promised a ‘Value Pack’...

The Samsung Galaxy Note has been one of my favorite Android devices of all time, and now it looks like my favorite feature, the S-pen, will be getting extended functionality thanks to a slew of apps in Samsung “Premium Suite.” If Android 4.0 is any bit as good on the Galaxy Note as it is on the Galaxy S II, I can fully expect this software update to be the...

After upgrading my Galaxy S II to Android 4.0.3, I’ve found a fair amount of changes to the look of Android as well as the structure of the UI. For the most part its pretty intuitive, but we thought we’d give you a heads up. 1. Menu Button The old menu button used to being up a 6 button grid with icons on the home screen, and 3-2 button grids on others. In...

You may recall that Samsung has kept their promise for a Q1 ICS release with the Android 4.0 update for the GT-I9100 Galaxy S II, posted last week. To accompany the continued release across the globe, Samsung has published a nice guide explaining what updates users can expect to see. The guide features a full list of changes for each iteration of the software, which ends...

Samsung has finally released the long awaited Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II. Hometown fans who use SK Telecom’s services started seeing the update yesterday, but eager developers have already repackaged the latest firmware so that it can be flashed to any Galaxy S II GT-I9100. Although the update is currently being pushed specific regions...